The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 7, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 4, 1898 Page: 4 of 4
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FOR ABSTRACTS LOANS AND IWSUKANOE SEE W. M. BRONSON REAR OF BANK OF INDIAN TERRITORY.
CITY IN Bll I UK
FOHHKST Jl'KlNLKY TO 1VKI)
EXPECTED TO UK A QUEEN
Attend church tomorrow.
V 11. Karl Is down from Nowlon
Leo Hernilon Is over from Chandler.
11 K Richer of Ml Hen" s ln thoelljr
EHsha l'crry wftB In Perry yesterday.
Slight sprinkle of rain this morning.
A Walton osme in toilay from I'nl-
11s J C Curry is here from Arkansas
Charlie Coombe waB up from 1'nreell
and Shartell vWtod
A parasol for ts cents Monday at
the Guthrie Cash Store
The cry for sidewalk ropalrs goes up
on every side.
liishop F. K. llrooko has returned
from Oklalu ma City.
up from Okla-
a close shave
In tho barter shop.
Judge llurwcll was
homa City yesterday.
Major llcrkoy had
II K.Munyan of Ahllonc KanB. Is
here looking for Investments.
Agent Corklns says freight buslnofiB
on the Santa Fe Is Increasing.
Fifty-five cents will buy an umbrella
at the Outhrle Cash Store Monday.
Judgo J. H. Scott has boon oloetod
captain of Newkirk's mllltla company.
W Q. Brlstowfrom Medicine Lodge
Kansas is in the city.
Miss llessio liarnes will tako part In
tho commencement exercises at Nor-
Oklakoma's second quota of volun
teers will not bo filled until Oovornor
Mr and Mrs. L. N. lloadles have Is-
sued invitations for an "at homo" on
Thursday June 0 at 8 p. in.
Tho normal institute which will he-
gin Monday morning Juno 0 promises
to bo tho largest evor held "In the
Don't forgot tho normel institute nt
Central school building Monday June
0 nt 8 a. in.
Charles Osgar Is building a large
implement house on the corner of
Oklahoma and Uroad.
To'InkoUnlo Himsolf nt lilcnpo
Forrest McKlnley ion of Receiver
McKlnley of the land ofllce in this
city will ho mnrrled the last of this
month le Miss May SmlMi of Chicago.
Mr. McKlnley was afcked nbout tho
coming nnptlnls by Tim I.k.apkh three
weeks afro but he refused to speak of
the matter. From a Chicago pnpar the
following Is taken :
"A Chicago girl will very shortly be-
come a member of the MoKlnlcy fam
ily. Miss May C. Smith the pretty
brown-tyed stonogrnphor of tho law
firm of Oroarkln A O'Donnoll suite 409
Ashland block will wed Forrest Mc-
Klnley cousin of President McKlnloy.
Tho marriage will bo celebrated about
June 1 nt he residence of the bride's
parents 41 Washington boulevard.
"Forrest McKlnloy Is special land
agont at (Jnthrle 0. T whero his
father James McKlnloy is special
United States land commissioner. Mr.
McKlnley met his future bndo In Chi-
cago two years ago while en route to
tako the position given him by tho
president. A coincldonoo of tho young
people's acquaintance Is the fact that
Miss Smith was Introduced to Mr. Mc-
Klnley by his father. It was love nt
first sight and Mr. McKlnley was a
frequent caller during business hours
at tho law ofllce where his flanco was
omployed and many were the surmises
as to tho Identity of tho young bloudo
fellow who so frequently dropped In to
have a ohot with tho pretty stenog-
rapher. "After Mr. McKlnley wont to Quthrlo
he corresponded with Miss Smith so
regularly that she had to tip tho post
man quite heavily at Now Yoar's to
sy nottnng oi ine quizzing oi me
peoplo in tho oOlco which she wns
forced to endure. It Is reported that
tho young people have been Invited t
spend their honeymoon at the White
lloube as tho guosts of President and
Jake Collar who since tho oponing
of Oklahoma has been associated with
his father In tills city In tho Implement
business Is now located in Chandler in
the sume line. Jako Is in town to dny.
Ho reports n good business In Chandler
and says the place Is taking on quite a
L Q. Humphreys of Kl Reno is in
the city. He has offered his service
for his country's good.
J. W. Wilson manager of the Mis-
souri and Kansas Telephone Company
is looking after his wires.
0. W. Wlnslow until recently con-
nected with tho Kimball Orocery Com-
pany has accepted a position with the
Royal as diy clerk.
T. M. Upshaw of Oklahoma City
was in tho city yesterday looking of tor
his insurance agents.
Ed Kelley Is planning to organise a
volunteor corps for no earthly purpose
Geo. A Outcolt of Teaumsoh wa6
commissioned a notary public to-day
by acting Governor Jenkins.
oc'y Jenkins granted a nhantor to
tho Imperial Insurance Company of
London England to do business In
For rent. Two furnished rooms to
gentlemen or married couple Apply
at No 109 East Warner.
Silk Parasols and Sun Umbrellas
cheap Monday at tho Guthrie Cash
Clydo Yokuraan has gone to Ana-
darko to take a position with Rill
Fred VenholU and Jack
went to Porry yesterday to join
band of Zolina's Royal Hindoo show.
For sale cheap A folding top phae-
ton at Smith's boarding barn Vino
Just stop in to tho Guthrie Cash
Storo Monday whethor you want an
umbrella or not.
R. A. Gaffnoy proeldont of tho Cap-
ital City Business College is busy with
a force of raon moving to tho now
quartors In tho new Stapleton bill d-
lug on Division stroet. In Its now
homo the collogo will have sovon largo
woll ventilated rooms Tho location
is central and in every way suited for
John Long in tho Osage reservation
oamo horc fivo years ago with Industry
and a few horses as his capital and a
dotormlnatlon to succeed. Last yoar
ho was able to buy and pay for a $12-
ooo farm back in Missouri and this
year ho will have enough crops to buy
a farm or two like tho first ono. In-
dustry and brains will succeed In this
country. Pouca Courier.
Wallace fc Muller have put in a flno
sida fountain. It is tho largest and
finest ono In the territory mid will bo
runnlnir th's evening. Tho firm has
employed an expert soda man who
wilt look after the wants of tho thirsty.
The fountain will be run up to date
with only the host and purost syrups
used. Messrs. Wallao& Muller havo
expended about S3ooo In fitting up for
tho soda water trade and should be
It Is always pleasant at tho Uuthrio
Cash Store. Every ono is welcome.
We are always glad to 600 you and
will try and ploaso you. Parasols on
Monday at 25 cents for childron to
81.10 for ladies' silk In colors will bo
offorod at ridiculously low prices.
See our sun umbrellas for SI .00. This
Is our great bargain for Monday.
Como early and gut first choice. Uuth-
rio Cash Store 115 Harrison Ave.
Oniolnls Hftvo Hint Miss Wnlto
Homo From Europe.
MlesISmlly Wnlte whoso hnlluolna-
tlon thnl she is heir to the throno of
Swe&den has attracted international
attention has been returned to her
relatives here through tho department
nf State at Washington. She Is living
however at n hotel nt Paul's Valley.
Miss Wallo came Into promtueneo
about two years ago at Stookholm
Sweeden whore alio was taken into
custody bocnusc of her strange con
duct. Tho Unltod Stntes consul's at-
tention was called to tho oass and he
reported it to tho department of Stnto
from which it was rof erred to Indian
Agont Wisdom aftor tho discovery
was mado that Miss Wnlto was a
mombor of tho Chickasaw tribo nf
Indians. She was wealthy and her
lncomo enabled her to Indulgo her de-
sirs for European travel. Mho was
well educated and strikingly hand-
somo Six years ago she went with a
French family from tho Pacific coast
to Paris. While thoro she attended a
Roman Catholic convent as a student
and learned tho Fronoh language
Later she wont to Romo and then to
Florence Italy keeping up all
the tlmo a correspondence with her
relatives hero A. R. Walto bolng hor
brothor. From Florence she wont to
Stockholm whoro she began pressing
hor claims as a lineal descendant of
(lustavus Adolphus. Iteforo letters
from her relatives at Purcoll could
reach tho United States consul. Miss
Walto wont to Copenhagen whoro she
made n similar claim to the throne of
Denmark. Sho was Induced to leave
Copenhagen for her home in the Uni
ted States undor tho deception that
tho necessary documents by which sho
could fully establish her claims wcro
in America. She Is apparently in
good health and talks rationally on
all subjects except that of hor right to
bo a queen.
Tiiitot'Oit Pat Naglo and Virgil
Hobbs Congressman Callahan it re-
fusing n nomination for congress.
Between explaining the Iilaus nlTalr
and springing spurious free homes let-
tors Mr. Hobbs is experiencing an
exciting tlmo. His frlonds fuar that
after all Mr. Hobbs will be in no
condition to accept the congressional
nomination two years henco. As for
M. Callahan he shows good sense in
refusing to bo a dupe to tho wiles of
Conlrnl Cummilfco Jlocls.
Tho Domocratic county central com-
mittee met this afternoon. It was de-
cided to hold primaries on Saturday
July 2 in townships at 2 p. m. and
city at 8 p. in. Tho county conven
tion will no lielu on July u at 2 p. m.
The roprosoutatlon will bo ono to 1&
and ono for fraction.
Letter was road from M. N. Allen
chairman of tho Populist contral com-
mittee looking towards fusion.
A committee of five was appolntod
to confor with Populist committee on
distribution of offices.
Xrn Mortal HiihIc Mufniienl.
The following Is tho official state-
ment of 10 banks of Oklahoma Tcrrl
tory at the close of business Hay 5th
as compiled by tho Territorial bank
Loam and discounts fl.305.8t3 78
Warrants and bonds 87093 GO
overmans u.uxs u
Real estate furniture und fix
tures 103.437 8
Cash and sight oxcbaDgo 1000011
W. R. Stapleton Is driving a now
rubber tired buggy that makos a
Mr. Nelson Stono has returned from
Chandler. Ho says that Chandler is
booming and is a first-alass business
town but ho prefer living in Guthrie.
WiUlam Whoolor tho druggist will
move into his new building n ox t Thurs-
day when ho will keep open all night.
O A. Thompson will bo the night
Tho local board of naval strategy
directed by Col. Sam Waller and Oapt.
Heglor have placed tho stamp of ap-
proval on Schley's latest actions In
Mark Hanua Cleveland Ohio was
registered at tho Royal yesterday
It is safe to say that he Is not tho
"only Mark Hanna."
Ed Justus is still confined In tho
county jail. Ho is taciturn and refuses
absolutely to Bay anything relative to
tho murder at Newklrk.
Herbert Leach formurly a stenog-
rapher for liierer & Cottural is a mem-
ber of Battery D of Chicago and has
been ordered to Tampa.
Charles II. Filsou teorotary of the
school land department will bo homo
to-morrow for a few days. Ho has
Veen Sn a hospital at Kansas Olty for
two weeks where an oporation was
performed on him leaving htm in a
critical condition for some days. After
a short stay in Guthrie he will return
to Kansas City and finish the course of
Monday is umbrella day at tho
Guthrie Cash Storo. Everything in
the way of umbrellas and parasols to
be cut lose Monday June 0th. Para-
sols from SA oenls up and all good in
this line to bo sold for ono day only
at tho extremely low prices placad on
them for Monday only. Come and see
goods and get prlass. Guthrie Cuah
Store Hi. Harrison Ave. W. N. Vl.-
Edward II. Jamison a nophow of
Gen. Jamison was in tho torrtblo
snow slide at Valdes Alaska April
30th where thirty gold hunters lost
their lives but escaped without in
lurv and cave all the assistance ho
oould toward rescuing the living and
recovorlng the bodies of tho dead.
Although this terriblo disaster was
Capital f 49730 00
Surplus aud profits 107205 80
Deposit 2403470 07
Roscrvo on hand May 5th 03 percent.
ItrylBler In tt . Wm.
The Oklahoma State Rogistor has
changed hands again. Tho now staff
roads: L. F. Lavorty odltor; Marshall
Cravons business manager and Walter
Olds publisher. The paper presents a
neat appearance Is printed on pink
papor and promises to prospor.
O.M frllow; .titration!
All Odd Fellows aro horoby notlfid
that the Annual Memorial Sorvlees of
our order will be hold by tho (lutlirln
Lodgo No.3 I.O.O.F. at tho church of
will oh our Noble Grand elect is the
Pastor tho M.E.Churoh South on Sun-
day evening June 6th. 1X03.
All Odd Fellows and their families
ere horoby notied to meet in the lodge
room not Inter than 7:15 P.M. upon
that dato. Brothers he prompt and
By ordor of tho lodgo.
W. S. Cooi'HK N. (1.
O. W. RittKi. Secretary.
A suitable reward will bo paid to
calculated to dampen the courage of t" parson who returns one noto book
the stoutest heart. It In no wlso dls-
oouragod the young man and ho Is
somewhere ln the wilds of the froseu
North seeking goldon nuggets.
Ilullirlt Jluij lit it WrrtU.
Mrnost H. Stevens was hurt in a
wrosk on the Pittsburg X. Gulf rail-
road. He was the WollB-Pargo agent
In this elty for five years. About throe
months ago ho was transferred to
Hutchinson as express agent and lator
he was promoted to the position of
route agent. Ernest is one of tho host
express men In tho sorvloe has tho
confidence of the company and is well
thought of by all who know him. Ho
is a model young man. Ernest married
Miss Woods of this city about two
years ago. Mrs. Stevens was called to
Kansas City whero her husband is
confined In tho company's hospital.
a C a. V.
Tho C. L. S 0. closed the rogular
work of tho year at thetr last meeting
but tho club ladies will havo a social
next Tuesday evenlug to whloh the
husbauds of the members will bo invited
anil all papers to "Tito liuu no
questions asked. Said book was lost
Juno 3d between our storo and resl-
doncoof tho undorslgnod.
J. F. Thwlng.
Sutler Jh'ttroy the Went:
Tho attontlon of all persons is hereby
positively callod to the provisions of
ordinance No. 30. Tho weeds on all
lotB must bo cut aud destroyed at onoe
or the owners agents aud coutrolors
of tho lots will bo arrasted by the olll-
cors and finod as provided by tho ordi-
nance lty ordor of board of health.
Paul Sciiokkk Health Officer.
Dk. C. F. Cottkhai. Chairman.
Aud other distinctive Colorado scenes
from tho car windows. Santa Fc
trains carry you through some of the
roost pleasing sections of Colorado by
daylight. Tickets to l'uoblo Colora-
do Spriugs and Denver on sale Juno 5
and 0 1898 nt ono faro plus S3 for
round trip. Good for return Juno 13
to July 0 1603. Details on application
to agent A. T. A H. F. Ry
HAT and CAP DEPARTMENT
Most Complete Stock of its Kind in this Cily.
2oo white lawn infants caps neatly finished and ruffled worlh $
f 2oc only 9c. f
f l5o white gauze baby caps long ties trimmed in ruffle and lace $
worth 25c at only 12c.
f ... . j
Jjj oo white Swiss embroidered caps with double pleating lace Jjj
It edge worth 35c at only 19c
tjt 5o infant silk caps white India silk well made and worth $1.25 jf
tit at only 69c $
V One hundred and fifty white embroidered and spratchel work
it : i : iL (Di orr . l.. 7n 44-
X in many ucsigiis vvui in tp.sJ at uiny y
fr crowns very pretty and easily worth 65c at only 35c.
One hundred and fifty children's n ull hats shirred rims and
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DAILY LEADER FIFTY CENTS
WATCH THIS SPACE FOR OUR
PLEASE REMEMBER THE DATE.
RemnantSaleFriday June 10
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 7, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 4, 1898, newspaper, June 4, 1898; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74246/m1/4/: accessed May 29, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.